Dr Alaoma Alozie
Dr Alaoma Alozie holds a PhD from the Centre for Environmental Policy at Imperial College London. Prior to his doctoral research study, he obtained an MSc with Distinction in Environmental Science from the University of Lancaster. Shortly after doctoral research, Dr Alozie joined the Stockholm Environment Institute at the University of York as a Postdoctoral Research Associate and worked on the Sustainable Manufacturing and Environmental Pollution (SMEP) Project funded by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the UK Department for International Development (DFID). He has more than 7 years of teaching experience and holds a fellowship (Fellow of the Higher Education Academy) in recognition of attainment against the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and learning support in higher education. He joined Oxford Business College in 2020 as a lecturer and academic programme manager where he teaches a range of business management modules across levels 4, 5 and 6.
Alaoma is a recipient of several awards and scholarships including the Best Graduating Student Prize in Biochemistry (Bachelor’s degree), State Honours’ Award, Nigeria President’s National Youth Service Corps Honours’ Award (highest honours’ award conferred to a Nigerian Youth), Imperial Plus Award for serving as PhD representative in Imperial College London. He also worked with Nigeria’s Ministry of Health as a technical focal person to facilitate the development of a national guideline for a survey on drug use. A project implemented by the United Nations Office of Drug and Crime (UNODC) and funded by the European Union under the 10th European Development Modality Fund.
Alaoma plays lawn tennis, scrabble, chess, and guitar; and loves travelling. He is passionate about outreach and non-academic activities across different societal sectors and enjoys giving talks related to Environment, Business and Sustainability.
- Teach a range of Business, and Management Consultancy modules across level 4. 5 and 6 programmes. Mark and assess student’s academic work and provide prompt and constructive formative and summative feedback
- Provide module leadership role
- Coordinates the personal tutor scheme at the College
- Liaises with the University in managing the virtual learning platform (Blackboard)
Course I teach
- Business Consulting and Consultancy in practice
- Managing and Developing Innovation Creativity
- Enterprise and Entrepreneurship
- Data Insight for Business Decisions
- Obinaju, B. O., Alozie, A. C., Martin, F. L (2014): Novel sensor technologies towards environmental health monitoring in urban environments: A case study in the Niger Delta (Nigeria) Environmental Pollution (2014)1-10.
- Alozie, A. C., Voulvoulis N (2018) Mineral resource active regions: The need for systems thinking in management. AIMS Environmental Science 5 (2) 78–95. (2018).
- Sustainable Manufacturing and Environmental Pollution (SMEP): https://southsouthnorth.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Manufacturing-Pollution-in-Sub-Saharan-Africa-and-South-Asia-Implications-for-the-environment-health-and-future-work.pdf
- Fagunwa, O.E, Mthiyane, T; Jingxi, E. Z; Fagunwa, A; Olayemi, K. I; Alozie A; Ojo, A. (In Press): Health surveys indicate that Africa is far from achieving zero open defecation. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development
- Alozie, A.C. (2022) Boards, Committees, and Meetings. In: Quereshi, F.ed. Handbook of Leadership and Management in Private Higher Education. (In press)
- Covid-19: A Crisis That Should Not Go To Waste: https://www.tekedia.com/covid-19-a-crisis-that-should-not-go-to-waste/
- Resource Extraction: Can a Holistic Management Regime Avoid Short-circuiting Sustainability in Mineral Active Regions? https://www.tekedia.com/resource-extraction-can-a-holistic-management-regime-avoid-short-circuiting-sustainability-in-mineral-active-regions/
- Systems Dynamics Society
- Fellow Higher Education Academy (PR230215)
Lawn tennis, playing the guitar, and reading